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South Hall GOP club president Asbridge stepping down
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Ed Asbridge, president of the South Hall Republican Club, talks during a club meeting on Monday, April 2, at Blackshear Place Library. Asbridge, 75, was one of the founding members of the club in 2011 and is closing his final term in April. - photo by Nick Bowman

Ed Asbridge, the founding president of the South Hall Republican Club, is stepping down from his role after about six years on the job.

Asbridge, 75, announced the change at the club’s Monday, April 2, meeting at Blackshear Place Library. The club started as an informal group that had become frustrated with what Asbridge described as apathy in the Hall County Republican Party in 2011.

The club sprouted in Flowery Branch, which then as now was a growing population center in Hall County. Since it grew from a coffee table group, the South Hall GOP has held regular meetings in the Spout Springs Library attracting elected officials, candidates and others talking about issues affecting South Hall, the county or all of Georgia. It now has more than 120 members.

Club leadership will select a new president this month. Asbridge has served as president for all but one year since 2011.

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